|View single post by jk|
|Posted: Sat May 1st, 2021 16:28||
Or - as I now think I understand it - the camera thinks everything it sees should be mid grey and adjusts accordingly which is fine if you want a mid grey image!
That is good. Correctly understood. But when you know which zones (Ansel Adams Zone System) each colour falls then it works great for everything.
Yes but you just need to read once as long as the light doesn't change e.g. goes behind a cloud.
Yes this is the huge advantage of a mirrorless camera with EVF that shows Exposure Preview (e.g. Nikon, Fuji, Sony, etc) and not just an electronic viewfinder as in many bridge cameras or the TFT back screen. I needs to show in WYSIWYG mode!
Still learning after all these years!